Christian eschatology

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  • Caleb And Bethia Character Analysis

    This topic has to do with both Caleb and Bethia. These characters share their knowledge of the God/gods they represent. Bethia and her family are Christians. Her dad is a minister and he also trys to help convert Native Americans to Christianity. When Bethia and Caleb first met up they start talking about their different religions and they compared and contrasted them. In Bethias religion which is Christianity she believes that there is only one God. The one who created the heavens and the earth…

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  • Expositor's Bible Commentary: Romans And Galatians

    The Expositor’s Bible Commentary: Romans and Galatians is a part of a larger set of commentaries, published by Zondervan Publishing Company. The contributors for the Romans section are Everett F. Harrison and Donald A. Hagner; for the Galatians portion of the commentary, the contributor is Robert Keith Rapa. The general editors are Tremper Longman III and David E. Garland. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary: Romans and Galatians used the New International Version, which is the most popular modern…

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  • Madonna And Child Observation

    The second piece that I decided to observe was Madonna and Child, a 14th century work that was painted by an unknown artist. The tempera on oil piece also sits in the memorial art gallery. This early renaissance painting seems to display a composition that most think of when thinking about Mary and Christ. Mary is directly center in this painting, with Christ held off to her right side. The child holds up his right hand, and in his left, there is a scroll. Though it is supposed to show a moment…

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  • Jesus Cobos Religion

    Jesus Cobos History 146-01 The Christian Church of the People’s Temple was very much a big thing for it’s time. The church’s fundamental ideas of equality, loyalty, and working for the collective-good made its success thrive in the environment of nineteen-sixties america. For those of color the church would accept regardless of the outer world’s racism. For those of old age the church provided homes, food, care, and healing. For the people without a place to go and no defined will, the…

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  • What It Means To Be Persecuted Essay

    To both be verbally/physically attacked or discriminated against because of one’s biblical beliefs and actions. To be persecuted doesn’t only mean to kill you could be persecuted many other ways like (1) Verbal Mockery, (2) Public Shaming, (3) Discrimination, (4) Shunning, (5) Loss of property, (6) Imprisonment, (7) Loss of Basic Human Rights, (8) Physical Beatings, What this means for us is that those who defend and stand up for Jesus and his teachings and their faith, regardless of the…

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  • Abram Comparison: Go To A New Land

    Go to a new land God tells Abram, “Go forth from your land, kinsmen, and father’s house to a land that I will show you, I will make of you a great nation and I will bless you. I will make your name great and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you and I will curse those who curse you. All of the clans of the earth will be blessed through you.” Abram went forth taking with him his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot. In Canaan, Abram spread his tent and built an altar and called…

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  • Christian Interview Essay

    live as good a life as possible?” In both interviews, the answers were almost identical. Carolyn and Thai both said that living the good life will get you to heaven. In the second interview, the answers were very similar. Brenda said living the Christian life will give you a good life and access to heaven and Roderic said “Gaining access to heaven is what makes your life as good as possible.” Very similar answers from all four shows that there is no rea differences with age or religious…

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  • The Things They Carried Research Paper

    Reaction Paper - The Things They Carried - Tim O’Brien “The Things They Carried” is interesting in the fact that it is a collection of short stories as opposed to a single story. I think this is interesting because most war stories I have read focus on a single thought, usually a moral, that holds strong throughout the reading. When reading this I felt that the reason why he chose to write a collection of stories was because there were many things he wanted to express, not just one…

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  • The Rokeach Values Survey

    Values are an important part of the decisions we make in life. During this week's assignment, I was asked to complete the Rokeach Values Survey. I did eighteen terminal values and eighteen instrumental values. Number one of the survey meant what matters most to me and number eighteen meant what matters least to me. My top three terminal values are salvation, a comfortable life, and health. My top three instrumental values are loving, responsible, and obedient. I feel that these…

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  • Book Of Romans Analysis

    powerful sermons, Peter had penned the books of First and Second Peter and a letter to a Roman citizen. After having a powerful ministry for the Lord, Peter died a martyr's death by the hand of Nero during his reign of persecutions of the Jews and Christians (Dockrey, Godwin, & Godwin, 2000). Overall, Peter was a naturally forward man who was often inclined to being rash, and liable to instability and inconsistency, but it was his love and association with Jesus Christ that molded him into a man…

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